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Your favourite Polish foods!


telefonitika
29 Apr 2007 #31
Golabki - Cabbage Rolls,

knew i had spelt it wrong like but knew what he was talking about :D

Man, I'm hungry now and its all your fault. ;o)

it is a thread not to read when hungry i give you that!
zbigniew 1 | 10
29 Apr 2007 #32
I thought this would be easy after reading everybody else's list my belly is rumbling and my mouth watering.

1. Pierogi
2. Bigos
3. Golabki

Dessert: fresh paczki
Rachishell
4 May 2007 #33
my nan used to make pierogi all the time...it was fantastic
TheKruk 3 | 308
4 May 2007 #34
Kabanos my life was changed by kabanos pieczony somehow in english it sounds crappy "baked sausages"
KlopotekPrjct
21 May 2007 #35
1. Pierogi
2. Bigos
3. Golabki

Dessert: fresh paczki

My sentiments, exactly! Except I would move paczki to the top of the list. When we were kids my mom used to make them for us, and we called them "puntchkas" and woud literally beg her for them ! :)

She got a lot of leverage out of that. Like: "Clean your room and mow the lawn first. . ." No problem!
krysia 23 | 3,057
22 May 2007 #36
All Polish food is very good.
Hmmm, let's see, what DON'T I like... Oh yeah, one thing I don't like is kisiel....
Have no idea what it's made from.
jojotech
25 Jul 2007 #37
City Chicken is the bestfood.

Jezynowka is the best drink you can get. Try it, it is awesome. It is real chaep and it will get you messed up. It's a tradition at all our family functions.
Zgubiony 15 | 1,554
25 Jul 2007 #38
Jezynowka...what's in it?
jojotech
25 Jul 2007 #39
Its a blackberry brandy made in poland. It is made by a company called leroux. You can get it in the US alot of places.
Zgubiony 15 | 1,554
25 Jul 2007 #40
I'll have to go look for it. I have many good PL liquors where I live. Are you mixing it?
jojotech
26 Jul 2007 #41
No we drink it alone. Usually as a shot.
Zgubiony 15 | 1,554
26 Jul 2007 #42
Has anyone ever tried Przyprawa do kurczaka po staropolsku seasoning?

Good stuff :)
osiol 55 | 3,922
26 Jul 2007 #43
Next time I visit Poland, I will need some cheese. Good British cheese is fantastic. Polish food generally, is fantastic, but I'm yet to find a good Polish cheese. My preferences are soft blues or light and crumbly.
Izrael - | 2
27 Jul 2007 #44
poncziki :D
i hope i wrote it curect
Krzysztof 2 | 973
27 Jul 2007 #45
Polish food generally, is fantastic, but I'm yet to find a good Polish cheese. My preferences are soft blues or light and crumbly.

Polish diary produecers:
blue cheese - Rokpol or Lazur are decent (IMHO),
Brie and Camembert - usually suck, only Turek (a company) make some that I could eat, but they're not as good as French cheese of course, but I suggest you to avoid most of those types, even if the company/brand name sounds French (it's usually some Polish or German company selling their stuff with more catchy names)

and there's always the yummy, white fresh cheese (twaróg) :)
sapphire 22 | 1,241
27 Jul 2007 #46
golabki.. i love it... and zubrowka of course.
dannyboy 18 | 248
27 Jul 2007 #47
Milona - The food of kings, preferably stuffed with Polish mushrooms

Chicken soup with noodles

The smoked goats cheese you buy in the south

The warm Polish beer in the winter, Harnas or whatever,

Cielbasa

Turku Cheese

Polish bread

....forget it, it would be easier to pick the foods I don't like
1) Pierogi 2)Greek Fish (was nice at first but I overdid it 3) The pasta/raisin dish served at XMAS.

All other Polish food is delicious and of a better standard than a lot of the food produced in the west, hence the low incidence of hypertension and obesity among the Polish population.

As Western foods and farming methods move in, this is unfortunately changing :-(
Patrycja19 63 | 2,699
4 Aug 2007 #48
City Chicken is the bestfood.

I made this today :)) slaved over hot stove.. and it was delicious!!!

I have some fresh cucumbers for cucumber salad tomorrow..

whats the polish name for these..City Chicken... I looked in a seach ..

sorry folks.. still learnin.. I can make the food at least!!! ha!
mariusz
5 Aug 2007 #49
and what are you thinking about "czerwony barszcz" or 'kapusta z grochem'?
Lady in red
5 Aug 2007 #50
Fr PolskaDoll and Shopgirl........

Re: Authentic Pierogi recipes..........

I've found my link........

polamjournal.com/Library/Recipes/recipes.html#pierog

:)
PolskaDoll 28 | 2,105
5 Aug 2007 #51
Sorry it's a bit late PD,

Hey no worries! Thanks for taking the time to post it! :-)

I've saved the website for future reference! I think I'm going to get a Polish friend to cook them with me at first! lol :-)
Patrycja19 63 | 2,699
5 Aug 2007 #52
'kapusta

Kapusta I know is cabbage? sweet cabbage?

ahhhhh.. I love sweet cabbage.. now I am hungry for some..grrrrrrr..

sweet cabbage with garlic mashed potatoes.. mmmmmmmm with lots of
pepper on them...
Zgubiony 15 | 1,554
9 Aug 2007 #53
Paluchy is very good and I really enjoy some homemade Gofry near the baltic :)
domiskuuk
2 Nov 2007 #54
how funny all of you-u should use english here-so not bigos-cabbage stew with meat,not gulasz-goulash,not fasolka-beans with sausage and becon in tomato!!!!and finally not flaki-tripe,specially beef.how daes it look if ur writting half in polish and anather half in english?????
catherine
2 Nov 2007 #55
nalesniki has to be my favorite. thinking of my grandmother, and wishing I had the recipe. Any help would be appreciated.
Wroclaw 44 | 5,387
2 Nov 2007 #56
Any help would be appreciated.

It's just a pancake. Milk, flour, egg, pinch of salt.....mix.....frying pan.... done.
Mufasa 19 | 358
2 Nov 2007 #57
szarlotka - the one you eat

...

and the one you drink! ;-)
panienka 1 | 205
14 Apr 2009 #58
kluchy na łachu

What is it?

I'm not choosy, I any edible food can be my fav hehe, but I've got a weakness for pasta with strawberries, fasolka po bretońsku, racuchy, schabowy and pierogi. I love also tomato soup and GARUS, GARUS, GARUS... It reminds me about my childhood hehe.
GabrielleCebula - | 16
21 Apr 2009 #59
1. Golabki- home made or from the jar lol
2. That chicken broth with spaghetti (forgot the name)
3. Bigos with loads of bacon and sausages mmmm
4.chicken or pork cutlett with potatoes served with that pickled cabbage salad thingy
5. Those pancakes with some kind of white cheese and jam mmmmmmm yums =]
pgtx 30 | 3,158
21 Apr 2009 #60
Golabki from the jar

yucks...

That chicken broth with spaghetti (forgot the name)

rosół

Bigos with loads of bacon and sausages mmmm

and beef and pork.... yuummm...

chicken or pork cutlett with potatoes served with that pickled cabbage salad thingy

schabowy z ziemniakami i kapucha... yuummm...

Those pancakes with some kind of white cheese and jam mmmmmmm yums =]

naleśniki z serem... pyszota...

;)


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